Subject: Re: Photoshopping school photos
On Fri, 01 Dec 2017 04:35:03 -0800, Whisky-dave<firstname.lastname@example.org>
wrote in email@example.com:
> On Thursday, 30 November 2017 21:13:22 UTC, peterN wrote:
>> On 11/29/2017 10:28 PM, Tony Cooper wrote:
>> > When the demand for physical perfection starts that early in life it
>> > can have later repercussions.
>> That is our society. There are a lot of kids running around with
>> a lessor number get nose jobs, females, who can afford it get; face and
>> body lifts; including, but not limited to thigh reduction, breast
>> enlargement; breast reduction, etc. Doing this photographically is a
>> lot less intrusive, reversible, and expensive. And as I said earlier,
>> retouching of portraits and other images, is common practice.
> So out of these two individuals, who would get the job as a model, would
> it be the buck teech girl that had spent a large amount on hiring a
> photoshop toucher-up-per or the plain girl that couldnlt afford such a
> thing ?
> Surely most of these jobs the hirer judges who they want as a model from
> the pictures they present.
>> As a practical matter if two people with equal qualifications are
>> seeking a job, one is pimply faced and obese, with buck teeth, and the
>> other could be a model for Myron, There is little doubt in my mind that
>> the Myron model would get first dibs.
> Why just supose the buck teeth girl spent a few grand on getting her
> photos retouched ?
She or her boyfriend can do it. Price of admission: 10USD...
>>I am not saying that is morally
>> right, I am just saying that is how things are.
> Do those employing models base their choices from photographs or real
> life meetings ?
How big is the account?
> Have you ever watched Americans next top model, I have. (other
> countries top models are availble)
You don't say...